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Moving To Idaho

Idaho is a state with a small-town, friendly nature. Its largest community, Boise, remains under 200,000 people and the next largest, Nampa, has just over 64,000 people. Idaho communities are rooted in nature, most of them historically tied to agriculture, ranching, mining or timber industries.

Idaho’s climate is diverse and influenced by weather patterns off the Pacific Ocean. Generally, the northern part of the state receives more precipitation than southern Idaho, which has warmer summer temperatures.

Based on average housing costs, utilities, health care, transportation, groceries and other services, Idaho’s cost of living is the second lowest of the 11 western states.

Idaho’s housing costs are moderate and affordable with homes available from modest cottages to executive estates. Values will vary from one city to another.

The combined total of state and local taxes on income, property, sales and autos for a family of four with a $25,000 annual income in Boise is lower than comparable tax in the largest city of 44 other states. For an income level of $50,000, Boise’s total tax is lower than the largest city of 30 other states.


- Some Info Comes From Visit Idaho.org

Burma Naylor,Realtor
Real Estate Consultant
Mountain Realty
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     Burma Naylor is your all-inclusive realtor for Treasure Valley real estate, including Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Hidden Springs, Star, Middleton, Kuna, Payette, Nampa, and Caldwell. Whether you're just starting to look for your next home, getting ready to sell, or thinking of investing - She's here to help.
In today's competetive real estate market, timing is everything! Call me!
(208) 440-4041
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